Fayetteville City Reporter
Community or regional parks? Elaborate amenities or bocce ball? Preserve more land or upgrade what the city already owns? Why not a little bit of everything?
Visitors to downtown will see trail improvements, a more scenic streetscape and immersive outdoor elements incorporated with the city's biggest cultural attractions within the next few years.
Having a gallery and workspace at a historic building next to the downtown square helped art students and faculty establish a connection with the community, tourism commissioners heard Monday.
Anyone who wants to open a bar serving liquor in Fayetteville needs to take eight hours of security training, learn how to spot a fake ID and install surveillance cameras, along with the usual state requirements.
Some homeowners in a suburb on the southeast side of town soon won't need a raft to get around their backyards during heavy rain.
The city's Historic District Commission wants to hire a consultant who will work out the details of a historic preservation ordinance for the Washington-Willow neighborhood.
Business owners and entrepreneurs have benefited from having one-on-one interactions with the two entities with whom the city contracts to spur economic development, according to presentations from representatives of both groups Tuesday.
A restaurant and music venue on the north side of town can continue having outdoor concerts on Thursday nights pending a Planning Commission review in August.
Anyone who wants to open a bar serving liquor in the city needs to take eight hours of security training, learn how to spot a fake ID and install surveillance cameras, along with the usual state requirements.
More money for Community Development Block Grant programs means more children reading, clients in recovery from drug addiction being better served and more homes getting in line with state and federal codes.